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449Re: [BCD396XT] Re: LTR Capabilities

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  • Brian
    Mar 5, 2009
      Yup I agree with you Mike Iszak. I think the rock he is living on is called
      United States or Canada ;)
      Lots of sites isn't listed or logged yet. Just got back from my last cruise
      trip this year. Most of the LTR & Trunked systems wasn't even listed on RR.
      Like Guatemala, Nicaragua, Colombia, Aruba, Costa Rica, and Mexico still
      have many that isn't listed yet. 90% of trunked systems I found wasn't
      listed on RR.
      If John looks around RR (outside of United States). He will notice some
      countries is still missing lots of info.

      -Brian


      ----- Original Message -----
      From: "Mike Iszak"
      Sent: Thursday, March 05, 2009 3:59 PM
      Subject: Re: [BCD396XT] Re: LTR Capabilities


      > Under what rock are you living sir?
      > LTR is *huge* and it isn't going away anytime soon.
      > To say "just run LTR Analyzer" is great, but that doesn't help the guy
      > who's in the field trying to map out a system.
      > Up here in Toronto, there are a good number of LTR systems that are listed
      > on RR, but there are a LOT that aren't, and a LOT that are incorrect.
      > It requires very little effort on Unidens part to have an LTR analyze
      > mode...the idle bursts announce what home channels are free and what
      > channels are busy...this is also transmitted on voice traffic. You could
      > have even a slow system mapped in half an hour.

      > -----Original Message-----
      > From: "johnstark"
      > Date: Thu, 5 Mar 2009 11:34:38
      > Subject: Re: [BCD396XT] Re: LTR Capabilities
      > Most LTR systems are already "known" so having that feature is kind of a
      > wasted effort for Uniden, and as pointed out LTR Analyzer does the same
      > thing, so again it really doesn't need to be a high priority for Uniden.
      > LTR
      > systems are getting fewer and fewer and the number of public safety users
      > is
      > dropping as well. I know of just one in Indiana that uses it and it's
      > really
      > useless for big incidents as that county learned the hard way. They have
      > been investigateing other systems now to see whats going to work best for
      > them and will dropping the LTR system as it is too limited for public
      > safety. And thats another reason I doubt Uniden will waste research time
      > on
      > something thats just not used that much for public safety, and most
      > scanner
      > users don't use them for business monitoring. I do on occasion, but not
      > enough to waste Unidens time, I'd prefer they work on more important
      > things..... and thats a long list :)
      > John
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